All his dislike and frustration and contempt for the people around him seemed defeated by their all too obvious material and political triumphs. These books emphasize ways in which wise voices from the past have urgently important and inspiring things to tell us. Last but not least, he does not belong to his times, but exclusively to himself. He wants us to live life to the full and not be held back by convention. For a while Nietzsche thought of marriage and family life, but he felt terribly betrayed in his closest relationships with women. Life Lessons from Nietzsche Author s : Share Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, poet and cultural critic.
مترجم صالح نجفی یادداشت تفکربرانگیزی نوشته بود. He holds independence from the society that he is a part of, he refuses to respect the norm it promotes, and he is untouched by its critical appreciation and consequential rejection. Ironically, these are the very same ideas forged and dully repeated throughout every motivational book out there. در نگاه اول ممکنه چیزایی که میگه خیلی افراطی باشه و به گوش آدمِ معاصر رادیکال و غیرلیبرال یا دموکرات بیاد. He is probing the trade-off we make between the desire for domestic peace and quiet and the will to argue, struggle, demand, order, fight. اما وقتی دقیق شیم توی حرفاش، میبین یکم خوندن نیچه سخت بود.
Definitely one of the most important names in both German philosophy and Western culture, Nietzsche deserves the recognition that he has failed to get during his lifetime, as well as an unbiased reinterpretation as a response to the cultural role his work has played in the Nazi propaganda. The book is pretty much explanations and understandings of a Nietzschean text and then the actual text, but reading this is very warm and fuzzy compared to the dry and overly dramatic text. I related to the discussions about wanting to be better than I enjoyed this book but I must say it was a lot of Nietzsche and not a lot of Armstrong which I was disappointed about. You may be better than those who would traditionally accept and appreciate them, or maybe you just think that you can be better and strive to project this ideal version of yourself in physical reality. These books emphasize ways in which wise voices from the past have urgently important and inspiring things to tell us. Born in 1844 outside Leipzig, Germany, his teachings inspired people in all walks of life, from dancers and poets to psychologists and social revolutionaries.
One claim that I can make, though, is that this book helped me take one first baby step forward, and not only did this come in on time, but it also proved to be more than what I needed for the moment. He is best known for his controversial idea of 'life affirmation' that challenged traditional morality and all doctrines. The Life Lessons series from The School of Life takes a great thinker and highlights those ideas most relevant to ordinary everyday dilemmas. The commentary doesn't really add a huge amount. Here you will find extracts from his greatest works. Nietzsche was keen on shocking his readers, firing off a string of incredibly hostile insights against the very things which we assume we must revere: democracy, the importance of pity and compassion, the value of community, the pursuit of the common good. His craving for ideal friendship was unsatisfied.
I should analyse what it is for and the changes it could have on me as compared to just sightseeing. It has clarified for me the early appeal I had for Nietzschean philosophy during my tertiary years of education, though then I had not understood why. قسمت اعظم کتاب نقل قول های نیچه بود. About the Author John Armstrong is a Scot but is a long-term resident of Melbourne. It has clarified for me the early appeal I had for Nietzschean philosophy during my tertiary years of education, though then I had not understood why. اما نمیشه خرده گرفت، بهرحال اون انتخابگر بوده و تصمیماش این بوده که فلسفه رو به این شکل بنویسه و بخشی از شهرتاش رو از همین بابت داره. Last year I took a whole course on Nietzsche and came away feeling distinctly confused, and rather ambivalent towards Nietzsche and his ideas.
اما مسائلی که بهش پرداخته بود عمومن مسائل جالبی بود که باید بهشون دقیق شد. Armstrong manages to impress by combining easiness of the language with a surprising shift between philosophical theory and its day-to-day application, making his book both a motivational pocket guide and an intellectual leap forward. Çevirisi o kadar başarısız ki, hiçbir şey anlamadım desem yeri. I studied a little bit of philosophy in high school but we focused more into classical authors, such as Plato or Socrates. He asserted the importance of strong, healthy instincts, which he regarded as far more important than his own special skill — the acquisition of scholarly knowledge. He was until recently Philosopher in Residence at the Melbourne Business School and is Senior Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor of Melbourne University. Yet this little 100 page book has helped me see Nietzsche's key ideas in a clearer, more positive light.
I found it interesting, but not terribly engaging. I tried to look at the window display of the shop and i see all shops having the same display: confusion. The School offers a great variety of programmes and services covering finding fulfilling work, managing relationships, achieving calm and peace of mind, and understanding and changing the world that we live in. If nothing else this book really did teach me a lot about Nietzsche, who before this book I'd only known the name, not the man. He is author of several books on philosophical themes. I'm grateful for coming across this book. The Life Lessons series from The School of Life takes a great thinker and highlights those ideas most relevant to ordinary, everyday dilemmas.
ا جوینده و پاینده باشید امین درستی PhilosophyOfNietzsche یکم خوندن نیچه سخت بود. They are short, snappy reads, reminiscent of Maria Popova's Brain Pickings blog - aphoristic digests from history's great minds New Statesman thoroughly welcoming and approachable. I give it two stars cause the book was not what I thought it would be. Born in 1844 outside Leipzig, Germany, his teachings inspired people in all walks of life, from dancers and poets to psychologists and social revolutionaries. Instead, I feel that either I'm not ready for the task of reading Nietzsche, or perhaps I dislike his writing style and find him hard to read, as much as I hate to admit it. Now it is bound to make a harsh sound and one not easy for ears to hear when we insist again and again: that which here believes it knows, that which here glorifies itself with its praising and blaming and calls itself good, is the instinct of the herd-animal man: the instinct which has broken through and come to predominate and prevail over the other instincts and is coming to do so more and more in proportion to the increasing physiological approximation and assimilation of which it is the symptom. He soon felt constrained by the careful, cautious limits of academic life.